Technical Specifications

Model Number


Unit Type

Knight of Six Dedicated Knightmare

Overall Height

4.71 meters

Gross Weight

10.23 metric tonnes

Power Source

Yggdrasil Drive, Energy Filler

Armor Materials



Holy Britannian Empire


Holy Britannian Empire
Knights of the Round

KMF Generation


Developed From




Integrated Float System
Blaze Luminous System
Cockpit Ejection System



4x Shoulder-moutned Hadron Cannons
Miniature Proximity Missile Launchers



Knights of the Round (first)
Re; (last)


Code Geass: Oz the Reflection O2

Known Pilot(s)

Anya Alstreim
Marianne vi Britannia (Emperor Dismissed)


Heavily Damaged

The Mordred (モルドレッド, Morudoreddo), named after the Knight of the Round Table; is a heavy-artillery Knightmare Frame piloted by Knight of Six, Anya Alstreim.

Design and SpecificationsEdit

The Mordred has an integrated Float System, which enables flight. It exchanges speed for thick armor, making it highly durable; it is able to take a direct hit from the Gekka's Katen Yaibatou without being scratched (seen in Operation Pacific Ocean Ambush), whereas any other Knightmare would have been sliced in half. The same cannot be said for the Float System, which can be sheared through with ease (seen in Power of Passion).

It possesses two sets of Hadron Cannons mounted on each shoulder, which are unfolded and merged into a quad-barrel cannon called the Stark Hadron Cannon, focusing their power into a single blast capable of obliterating an aerial cruiser in a single shot. This weapon is usually used on large targets, strong opponents, or enemies within a straight line of fire. It could also be used to entrap an enemy, enabling the cannon to place pressure on that enemy (seen in Final Battle Tokyo II). To attack multiple targets at once (if they are small and/or scattered in different parts of the battlefield) or a fast-moving one(s), the Mordred also possesses miniature proximity missiles, fired from the wrists, chest, hips, and legs which leave purple trails behind as they move. Although lacking in close-range weapons, the Mordred's raw strength allows it to crush other smaller Knightmares with ease.

Operational HistoryEdit

It participated in many battles, including the Second Assault on Tokyo Settlement and the Battle of Mt. Fuji. The Mordred was heavily damaged by the remains of Jeremiah Gottwald's Sutherland Sieg during the last episode (Re;), having both of its arms and its head blown off; leaving the cockpit breached and exposed yet the damage was not too severe as the Integrated Float System remained functional.

Specifications Edit

Mordred - Line Art
General Characteristics

Design Features


  • 4x Shoulder-mounted Hadron Cannons ("twin set") (before "unfolding" and merging together to form the 'Stark Hadron Cannon')
  • Miniature Proximity Missile Launchers (mounted on its wrists, top part of its chest, hips, and the bottom parts of its legs)

Gallery Edit

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